March 2008, PC World, quotes and excerpts from the review:

"Internet radio stations easily trump terrestrial broadcasts, with virtually limitless listening choices and (depending on your broadband connection) perfect quality. With the right tools, you can record those broadcasts, too, slurping songs into a folder on your hard drive as easily as people used to record FM signals to tape in the 1980s.

... Radiotracker Premium gives you lots of ways to record and cut songs from multiple stations automatically and simultaneously. The Platinum version lets you search for specific artitsts and song titles.

Launch Radiotracker, and click the Stations button. Browse the list of genres, or start typing the name of a favorite broadcaster. Click a station that you like, and click the Favor star; then close the window by clicking the red X in the upper-right corner of the window.

In the main interface, uncheck the Genre box and click the Favorites box, leaving only that option selected. Your stations should be listed in the window below. If you have the bandwith, click Start Autorip to record from all of them at once.

Radiotracker will tally captured songs in the right side of the program, complete with tags for artist and title.

Radiotracker divides songs based on tags from the stations, which sometimes differ from the true beginnings and endings of songs by several seconds. This can cause Radiotracker to pick up part of the neighboring tune by accident. If necessary, trim the beginning and ending manually by clicking a song and using the Cut button..."